Updated September 28, 2018 07:07:03There’s been a lot of speculation about the Amber Alert system that was put in place after the Paris attacks in November 2015, with various reports claiming that the system had already been used to arrest people for crimes, even though the vast majority of people arrested were not actually accused of anything.

The idea that a system that only alerts authorities for serious crimes might be used to take the lives of people who aren’t suspected of anything is absurd.

But is the system really so new?

What is it for?

In short, Amber Alert systems are nothing new, but the way they’ve been put into place over the past decade or so has led to some very real confusion.

Amber Alert has always been a catch-all term that refers to a set of circumstances where police have reason to believe a person might be in danger.

But there are many different types of scenarios that can be triggered by a given situation, and in some instances, different authorities might be called upon to act in the case of a particular situation.

In some jurisdictions, the authorities that issue the Amber alerts are called “emergency response teams” or ETRs.

These are teams of police officers who are given the task of responding to a specific incident that has become a significant public health issue.

In order to make the Amber alert system work, there has to be an understanding of what a person is likely to be experiencing in the event of a situation that is potentially life-threatening, or potentially deadly.

That understanding, and the fact that a person can have multiple different Amber alerts, all need to be considered before the system can be used effectively.

But while the system has always existed, the way it has been deployed has been very limited.

There are actually only two Amber Alert locations that have been in operation, one in California, and one in Texas.

These two systems are located in the San Diego and San Antonio areas.

In California, the ETR system is based on the premise that if someone has a fever or has a cold, they might be at increased risk of contracting a deadly disease, or even be at greater risk of dying.

It is a system in which people are encouraged to call their local emergency room, which is the only place to get a medical opinion, and they are then asked to report to the nearest ETR.

The San Diego ETR is the busiest in the state, and its locations are also known for being the busiest for calls for emergency medical care.

That means that if there are calls for medical treatment at one location, it will likely receive the most calls from that location.

As a result, the San Diegans ETR has received the most complaints in recent months, with more than 1,500 people receiving calls for care from it between November and January.

The Texas ETR operates in different areas of the state and is also known to be the busiest, but in general, it has received a lot less calls for help than the other two systems in the area.

The reason for this is that it is located in rural areas, and these rural areas are generally not known for their high rates of emergency room visits.

There are also two Amber alerts that have existed since the early days of the system, both of which were implemented in North Carolina.

One, known as the “Cocaine Alert”, was implemented in October of 2016, and was aimed at people who had used cocaine.

The other was the “Powder Alert” system implemented in December of 2016.

Both of these alerts were supposed to alert authorities when someone with a history of cocaine use was present at an ETR, but due to concerns about potential violence, and an increased demand for methadone and methadose treatment, the system was later removed.

The Amber Alert System, as a whole, is not that new.

Amber alerts have been used since the 1950s, when a report by the US Public Health Service stated that people with a high risk of violence were more likely to have their first Amber alert, and would also be more likely than others to report being attacked or killed in a home.

In 2016, the US National Institute of Justice conducted a study that found that about 2.4 million Americans were exposed to a new emergency response alert that year, with an average of around 200,000 alerts a day.

The study also noted that approximately 7 million people were exposed every day in 2016 to an Amber Alert that was activated when a person was experiencing a high-risk of violence.

The reason for these alerts being so controversial is because they are considered a public health emergency, meaning that they can cause an increase in health care costs, and a decrease in the quality of care for patients.

The Amber Alert was also designed to keep people safe from violence, with the idea being that they would only trigger an Amber alert if they had a mental health issue that could be causing violence or the threat of violence against someone